There were several elections Feb. 11 around the area. Unofficial results with 100 % of the precincts reporting are used here. The results become official after 5 p.m. Feb. 14 when they are certified by the Oklahoma State Elections Board.
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Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Department of Education in Weatherford is sending out 44 teacher candidates to work in different schools around Oklahoma. The candidates are doing their practice teaching assignments from Feb. 10 through May 1.
(Above) The current 2019-20 Geary High School varsity wrestling team poses with multiple Bison alumni wrestlers on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at Stegall-Long Fieldhouse as part of Geary wrestling’s Senior/Alumni Night festivities prior to the squad’s final home dual meet of the regular season vs. Elk City High School. SEE SPORTS>> A4 Photo Courtesy of Matt Kennedy The Geary Star
A few warning flags were thrown Feb. 7 at the regular session of the Geary City Council. All council members were present to hear the news from city accountant Linda Woodruff Borne. She told council the general fund had dropped while customer accounts receivables – money the residents owe the city – was up to more than the $200,000 mark. That figure, in turn, meant the income from the Geary Utilities Authority was also down, when it is usually very consistent, Borne said, month to month.